Harrogates Terry Ryan won the Yorkshire Post Trophy in the Association of Speakers Clubs (ASC) prestigious Vale of York Area Speech Contest on Saturday 15th January with his humorous speech “Thanks A Bunch Nancy.”
Harrogate based Terry Ryan was the guest speaker at the Ladies section lunch to celebrate Wetherby golf clubs 100th year.
Harrogates top after dinner speaker Terry Ryan gives several free speeches a year. Always for charity and always for a cause he has a personal affinity to. Last year he lost a good friend to cancer. She was a lively character with a great sense of humour who lived near Harrogate so the free speeches are
Terry is keen to encourage people to take up public speaking because of the benefits it brings to those who want to improve their communication skills and boost their self confidence. He is a keen supporter of The Association 0f Speakers Clubs in general and the Wetherby branch in particular. More information about Wetherby Speakers Club is availabe at www.wetherbyspeakersclub.co.uk Terrys web site is www.terrythespeaker.com
The Black Tie Dinner will be attended by round tables from Elland, Huddersfield, Halifax, Barnsley, Batley and Colne Valley.
Well known Harrogate After Dinner Speaker and enthusiastic but erratic swimmer Terry Ryan has reached an agreeement to provide members of the Harrogate Academy Health Club and Spa http://www.theacademy.co.uk/ with a 10% Discount for all bookings taken from Sunday September 20th. The Academy will be displaying posters about Terry throughout week commencing 20th September.
“I was delighted when the opportunity to speak in Cyprus came up because my wife and I have a connection with the island which goes back to 1974” “Does this mean I am now part of Yorkshires export drive?”
Harrogate based Terry Ryan won the Yorkshire Post Competition for Public Speaking in the Association of Speakers Clubs Eastern Area District Final held in York. A competition which saw speakers from throughout the region compete for the coveted title. Competitive speaking in the Association of Speakers clubs is always a